Drama and controversy loomed the Colegio with Bong Quinto and JP Calvo’s shocking decision days before the NCAA season began. But it’s a matter of perfect timing that brought the Letran community back to its heels.
In order to ignite the Arriba Spirit of the students and staff, the Colegio recently held its annual Pep Rally with the theme “IGKNIGHT: Braver, Bolder, Stronger, United!” bringing the whole Letran community together in anticipation for the 93rd season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
Juggling athletic activities and academics during the season is surely difficult for student-athletes. But that doesn’t mean they don’t do anything else outside of the two.
On a fine summer day, while watching a pre-season game with new players donning college jerseys, basketball fans will certainly ask the inevitable questions: who are those new players on the bench? Or maybe, am I looking at possibly the next Samboy Lim?
The National Collegiate Athletics’ Association (NCAA) will be bringing back basketball games closer to the students this year in its reintroduction of ‘NCAA on Tour’.
If there's something the new look Letran Knights have to work and focus on, it's their confidence and character as a team.
The Letran chess team came out triumphant in its NCAA Season 93 opening campaign, dominating both the juniors' and seniors' division against Mapua University on Sunday at the Jose P. Laurel Freedom Hall in Lyceum of the Philippines University.
Rey Nambatac has already proven that he is Letran’s main man. In fact, the exclamation point to that notion arrived at the place where it really mattered.
The Letran chess team wasted no time during the offseason as they sharpened their skills and conditioned their minds to make sure they’re armed with the right moves for the NCAA Season 93.
Letran found unlikely heroes in Jeo Ambohot and Jeremiah Taladua as the Knights upended the Arellano Chiefs, 82–75, to end a two-game losing skid in the NCAA Season 93 basketball wars on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.